Fluorescent proteins open new possibilities in biomedical imaging

01/27/2009 | Yahoo!

Scientists are using photoactivatable fluorescent proteins and other advanced fluorescent proteins to noninvasively visualize cellular molecules. With PAFPs, the researchers have been able to use real-time SR fluorescence microscopy in living cells and achieve better resolution for deep-tissue imaging.

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